Garnier Ultra-Lift Pro Contouring Roller 1.7 oz  » Health  »
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  • I have not had much experience with Garnier skin products, but they seem to be popular, so I assumed they must be pretty good
  • I paid about ten dollars for this roller product, hoping it would refresh my skin and maybe prevent or improve some wrinkle issues I have developed in my forties
  • I don’t really have deep ones, but since products that claim they can improve fine lines and wrinkles have not impressed me much, I thought I’d try one that is for bigger problems than I actually have– and see if it gives any results at all
  • When I first used the roll on applicator I thought it was a bit awkward
  • I’m sure Garnier has some good products, as I have heard good things about them both before and since using this one– but this product simply does not agree with me at all


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      Sometimes I am guilty of buying a new product just because it is unusual or unique. I have not had much experience with Garnier skin products, but they seem to be popular, so I assumed they must be pretty good. I paid about ten dollars for this roller product, hoping it would refresh my skin and maybe prevent or improve some wrinkle issues I have developed in my forties.

      The “ultra lift” boasted that it could even out skin tone, improve the look of wrinkles– even deep ones. I don’t really have deep ones, but since products that claim they can improve fine lines


      and wrinkles have not impressed me much, I thought I’d try one that is for bigger problems than I actually have– and see if it gives any results at all.

      When I first used the roll on applicator I thought it was a bit awkward. I’m used to applying things with my hands.

      It had a nice smell, but within minutes of putting it on my face, the skin began burning and turning red. I wondered then if the way it worked for deep wrinkles was to swell your skin up to the point that the wrinkles filled.

      I honestly ...


      • thought I might be having an allergic reaction to it, and I immediately rinsed it off. I felt better quickly.

        I did some research to see what the ingredients were, wondering if I missed something important when I read the directions. It turns out that many people have a burning, tingling reaction to the product and it seems this means it is “working.

        ” I gave it another try. I put it on and tried to outlast the stinging sensations.

        A few hours later, they did stop, but my skin felt sore and irritated for the rest of the day. I

        used it for another week or so, and didn’t see any results.

        I decided in the end that the pain was not worth it. My face did not look happy or healthy.

        In fact, my skin was chronically red and irritated. I went back to my usual products and ended up giving this product to a friend.

        She didn’t like it either!

        Given both our experiences, I can’t recommend this one. I’m sure Garnier has some good products, as I have heard good things about them both before and since using this one– but this product simply does not agree with me at all.




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